[linux-audio-dev] Re: Linux' readiness for pro audio (was Re: [linux-audio-dev] Hartman Neuron)

Jay Vaughan seclorum at mac.com
Sat Jun 7 17:09:00 UTC 2003

>I would also like to know more about such cards. My last search
>didn't succeed. If it's easy for you to locate such cards, I
>would like to ask you, to tell me more about it and provide some
>URLs, if possible.


I can't for the life of me find the 'mini-Synth' link around, but I 
had it just last week.  Basically, its a collection (like a webwring) 
of users who have put together 'mini-synths' based off the Analog 
Devices SHARC eval boards, and they have Linux tools.

I'll see if I can find the URL again on Tuesday at work, it was 
pretty cool.  Everyone had their own tweaked-out synth, but still run 
the same Linux software...

>I ask, because our "Linux & DSP group" is still working on a
>general purpose driver subsystem for such cards and needs more
>hardware samples.

What have you done so far?  In terms of driver subsystem, what's 
wrong with just /dev/dsp00, /dev/dsp01, etc?



Jay Vaughan
r&d>>music:technology:synthesizers - www.access-music.de/

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